This file photo taken on July 28, 2017 shows policemen standing guard in front of a supermarket in the northern German city of Hamburg, where a man killed one person and wounded several others in a knife attack. AFP / dpa / Markus Scholz
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German and Polish police carried out raids on both sides of the border Wednesday against an alleged Polish-Syrian people-smuggling ring as part of a broader crackdown.It said two people were detained on existing arrest warrants during the raids carried out by about 170 officers against sites in Germany and Poland.Police believe the smuggling ring took in a total of over 300,000 euros.German police said the raids were part of wider concerted action against organized illegal migration.
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